21st to 27th March– First Willow Warblers and also attractive Black Redstarts


21 March

Brilliant and also cozy with a small wind from the eastern.

It was a.
hectic day in Millcombe with the very first 3 Willow
Warblers, 11 Chiffchaff, 2 male and also a lady Blackcap and also the lady Firecrest
from recently. A tiny team of 4 Fieldfare,.
5 Redwing and also a Mistle Yeast Infection were feeding with each other in Barton Area.

A women Black Redstart was taped in addition to 25 Pied and also 5 White Wagtails The variety of Brambling seen beat recently’s document.
with a last overall of 40 throughout the island. Various other birds of note consist of a Kestrel, 2 Jack Snipe at Pondsbury,.
a Grey Heron over the Town and also a Excellent
Northern Scuba Diver off the East Coastline. A Peacock
butterfly was likewise taped.

22 March

Warm with a small wind from the eastern.

It was the.
Significant matter of Puffins on land.
at Jenny’s Cove today with 39 generally swarm location and also a more 19 rafting.
on the sea. At sea, 3 Red-throated.
Scuba Diver

were seen, 2 off North Light and also one off Rat Island, in addition to.
5 Black-headed Gulls In Millcombe,.
a Supply Dove was seen in addition to one Willow.
Warbler, 7 Chiffchaff and also.
4
Blackcap Various other noticeable.
movement consisted of 4
Swallows,.
one Residence Martin, 3 Fieldfare,.
31
Linnets, 22 Brambling, 77 Field Pipits, 23 Pied Wagtails, 9.
continental White Wagtails, 6 Golden Plovers and also 5 Cormorants A total amount of 50 Skylarks were taped with men.
vocal singing all throughout the island. Along the West Coastline 19
Wheatear were counted consisting of 15 men, a lot of which were.
vocal singing. 2 women Black Redstarts, a Grey Heron, Merlin and also 8 Peregrine were likewise seen throughout the island. In non-avian information, a Peacock

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and also 2

Little Tortoiseshell

butterflies were taped.

Male Wheatear, West Coastline ©.
Stuart Cossey 23 March Proceeded tranquil and also bright weather condition Throughout the.
early morning demographics a Willow Warbler, 12 Chiffchaff and also 2 man Blackcaps
were taped in Millcombe and also a
Supply.
Dove remained in Barton Area. Around Pondsbury 8 Teal were counted and also a Dunlin
remained in Punchbowl Valley. A man
Kestrel
was seen on the inclines near the Battery, 4
Cormorants were flying north and also a Grey Heron was seen.
once more. 2 Sand Martin s and also 4 Fieldfare
were likewise taped. 27
Brambling, 19.
Linnets, 80 Field Pipits, 21 Pied Wagtails and also 9

White

Wagtails

were seen throughout the island. 24 March An additional day of light eastern winds and also.
clear blue skies. A total amount of 9.
Woodpigeon is the highest possible matter so.
much this year. 8 Black Redstarts were seen consisting of 2.
sensational men. Finch movement consisted of 10
Brambling, 21 Goldfinch,.
2
Siskin, 24 Linnets and also a women Bullfinch
5 Willow Warblers, 30 Chiffchaffs,.
3 male
Blackcaps and also 6 Goldcrest were counted. Whilst splashing.
Rhododendron on the East Coastline a variety of warblers were seen in the blooming.
Gorse consisting of a man
Firecrest Additionally seen today were a Sand Martin, man Kestrel , Excellent Northern Scuba Diver, Swallow, a Fieldfare, 7.
Wheatear, 9 Pied Wagtails and also 6 White Wagtails At the end of the day a

Red

Admiral

flew over.
the Space in the Town throughout some after job beverages!

Male Black Redstart, Benjamin’s Chair ©.
Stuart Cossey 25 March Blue skies and also light eastern wind.
proceeds. In Millcombe.
6 man
Blackcaps, 4 Chiffchaffs and also 2 Willow Warblers were seen. 3 Swallows, a lady Black Redstart, 3 Wheatears, 8 Pied Wagtails and also 2

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White

Wagtails were likewise seen throughout the island. Male Blackcap, Millcombe ©.
Stuart Cossey The number.
of
Brambling is gradually going down as.
they proceed their northern movement, just 3 were seen today. Various other.
finches seen consist of 3
Siskin,.
10
Goldfinch and also 19 Linnets A total amount of 99 Field Pipits were seen consisting of a solitary group of over High Road.
Area. A Golden Plover was seen flying reduced over the Water Storage Tanks and also a Grey Plover was listened to calling high over Ackland’s Moor. Videotaped.
were a
Excellent Northern Scuba Diver, 12 Redwing, one Fieldfare and also Jack Snipe

at Pondsbury. At Jenny’s Cove an overall of 90

Puffins

were seen on the high cliff with a more 19 rafting.

Puffins, Jenny’s Cove © Rosie Ellis 26 March Clear and also intense with a modest wind from.
the eastern. A quieter.
day on the island with just 2
Chiffchaffs
counted. A total amount of 10
Teal got on.
Pondsbury. 2 Supply Dove remained in Barton Area and also a Kestrel flew over Reduced Lighthouse.
Area.
Additionally of note were a Fieldfare in Millcombe, 4 Brambling and also 11 Chaffinch consisting of a group of 8 in Bull’s Heaven. A woman Black Redstart and also

Sand

Martin

were likewise taped. 27 March Clear yet hazy with a solid wind from the.
east. A total amount of.
10 Chiffchaffs were taped.
just one Willow Warbler and also 2 man Blackcaps
These consisted of the very first vocal singing Chiffchaffs

and also
Willow Warbler of the year. 2 Supply Dove and also a Mistle Yeast Infection remained in.
Barton Area, a Fieldfare
flew north.
over Camping tent Area and also the very first
Tree Pipit of the year was seen on top.
of a tree in Millcombe. A total amount of 5 Sand
Martin s were taped consisting of 2.
foraging over Pondsbury which flew off briefly as a lady Merlin headed southern. A woman Black Redstart was listed below Old Light and also.
9 man and also a lady
Wheatear were.
counted along West Coastline. 3
Bramblings
are still existing and also a man
Siskin
flew north along East Side. A

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Jack Snipe

and also

Reed(*) Pennant(*) were taped over Gannets Coombe.(*) Sand Martin, Pondsbury ©.
Stuart Cossey(*) Factors:.
S Cossey, C Baillie, P Lymbery, N Trout(*)

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